absolute brightness

Absolute Brightness by James Lecesne

James Lecesne

Absolute Brightness tells the story of a black lawyer who is forced to leave his profession and become a pastor in his dark-skinned community. The book shares how the protagonist struggles with being at odds with both worlds.An absolute brightness is that which we cannot see, but can only feel. It is that which guides us in darkness, and makes our darkness bearable. It’s not something we can point to, or grasp; instead it exists as an intrinsic part of our lives. Absolute brightness is what makes life worth living despite all its flaws and inconsistencies.Absolute Brightness by James Lecesne takes readers on a journey through the autobiographical struggles of a law school graduate who must leave his profession as a result of racism in order to serve God within his own community.

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